On her left, across the Seine, the illuminated Eiffel Tower.
…moving south… faster… crossing the Seine on Pont du Carrousel!
Bezu Fache felt dumbstruck as he paced the banks of the Seine.
A few miles away, on the riverbank beyond Les Invalides, the bewildered driver of a twin-bed Trailor truck stood at gunpoint and watched as the captain of the Judicial Police let out a guttural roar of rage and heaved a bar of soap out into the turgid waters of the Seine.
Out the right-hand window, south across the Seine and Quai Voltaire, Langdon could see the dramatically lit facade of the old train station—now the esteemed Musée d’Orsay.
He had once followed the line from Sacré-Coeur, north across the Seine, and finally to the ancient Paris Observatory.
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She remembered standing at the edge of the Seine with him, watching the light catch his hair, as fine and fair as the feathery stems of a dandelion clock.
Cassandra Clare -- City of Heavenly Fire
They walk to the Pantheon, or to a flower market, or along the Seine.